Wodin, a Viking word meaning “Fearless Warrior” is the painting name chosen by Steve Jameson in his youth in an effort to overcome childhood shyness. Steve's DADDY GOD line of art depicts God as a kind, fatherly figure playing among his creatures. The various animals in their many antics are disarming in the way they remind us of different human characteristics. The idea that God could have a sense of humor and play (as depicted in Wodin's art) is revolutionary; considering the predominant world view of God. Steve hopes this concept of God helps make Him more approachable to those who have been unable to believe in God at all. Steve has this deep concern because, after a childhood of innocent love for Jesus, he suffered a few teen-age years in which he was atheistic until a much-welcomed spiritual awakening in his hearly twenties. Steve now cherishes the Friend in all His many forms in the various religions and belief systems of the world. More
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